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CHARLESTON, WV -

Three men have been given new positions with Security America, the security and safety company founded in Charleston in 1982.

Christopher Signorelli has been appointed division field manager in Charleston. He provides service to clients by scheduling security officers and handling all operational matters at assigned sites. He brings a range of expertise to his position, both from prior experience with Security America and from outside the firm. 

Earlier in his career with Security America, he served as an account supervisor overseeing a construction site, personnel assistant (hiring and training security officers) and marketing executive.

With the Carolina Mudcats baseball team, he oversaw all activities and personnel in the group sales department. 

Nathan Smith, Security America's human resources coordinator, worked his way up in the company and recently became accredited as a professional in human resources. 

This certification reflects his mastery of core HR areas, including business management and strategy, workforce planning and employment, human resource and development, compensation and benefits, employee and labor relations, and risk management. 

The PHR certification depends on strict requirements of education, work experience and a commitment to continued learning of current issues facing HR professionals. He is responsible for the company's recruiting, hiring and training. His previous positions with Security America include division field manager, recruiting coordinator, marketing assistant and security officer. 

Ray Householder has been named Security America's division field manager in the company's Steubenville, Ohio, office. He supervises all client and site activity in his region, including recruiting and scheduling security officers assigned to his territory. 

He has more than a decade's worth of experience as a security officer, site inspector and recruiting and staffing coordinator. His work with Security America encompasses all three areas including random site inspections and drug testing of field personnel.

Security America recently moved its headquarters to 3412 Chesterfield Ave. in Charleston.